Male hormone therapies (MHTs) are used to treat male-female infertility and to treat conditions such as cystic fibrosis.
But, like male sterilisation, they are not FDA approved.
Here’s how to know if a medicine you are about to take is MHT-approved and to get the most out of them.1.
What is a MHT?
A MHT is a chemical compound used to increase testosterone levels in men.
It is usually injected into the testicles of men, but is also commonly used in women.
In the U.S., MHTs are prescribed for men who have had a vasectomy and who have suffered from male infertility.2.
What does it do?
MHT drugs work by altering the hormone levels in the body.
These changes affect the balance of two hormones called T and D, which are responsible for the production of male hormones.
When the body cannot produce enough testosterone, it can’t produce the other hormones that are needed for sex development.
These hormones are called sex hormones, and they are released by the testes, where they are normally made by the gonads.
T and P, the other two hormones produced in the testis, are produced by the epididymis (a structure inside the testicle), which are also located in the epidisis.3.
What are the risks of MHT use?
Most MHT medications are not approved by the FDA.
They are also illegal in many countries.
For example, there are no US-approved MHT medicines in the United States.
Some of the most popular drugs that are marketed in the U-S.
include:Risk factors for MHT Use1.
Female reproductive function1.
Menstruation is when the female hormone, estrogen, is released in a normal amount.
It increases production of progesterone, which is necessary for the normal functioning of the body and also causes ovulation, ovulation is the beginning of a menstrual cycle.2,3.
MHT can cause some side effects1.
Low blood pressure11.
Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea1.
Pain in your lower back2.
Blisters or swelling in your joints4.
An enlarged prostate5.
Low back pain10,11.
Weight or belly fat14.
Joint or bone pain15.
Weight-loss or muscle wasting20.
Cold or flu symptoms24.
Sudden changes in your breathing25.
Dry skin or lips28.
Shaking or shaking of the hands or feet32.
Dryness or dry skin36.
Sores, blisters, or other skin irritation37.
Pain on the legs or feet40.
Pain or discomfort when urinating41.
Numbness or tingling in the legs43.
Joint stiffness or tightness44.
Muscle soreness or tight pain48.
Tightness or stiffness of muscles51.
Changes in bowel movements54.
Difficulty concentrating or concentrating on one task55.
Weak, flabby muscles59.
Tingling fingers or toes60.
Pain after meals or eating62.
Nodular pain or numbness in the hands63.
Nearsightedness or numb hand64.
Weak neck muscles72.
Nerves in the neck75.
Weak muscles in the head and neck77.
Narrowing of the eyelids78.
Seeming of a headache79.
Dizzy and unsteady at times81.